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SOURCE: Living Free Home
Knowing that people with disabilities may not have a firm idea of what changes can be implemented to their home in order to make it more accessible; Living Free Home is now offering Free Home Analysis to people in need.
(PRWEB) November 29, 2012
Knowing that people with disabilities may not have a firm idea of what changes can be implemented to their home in order to make it more accessible; Living Free Home is now offering Free Home Analysis to people in need. Anything from handicapped lifts to auto lift chairs.
When one of Living Free Homes certified technicians visits a person’s home, they will have the option to receive, completely free of charge, a Home Accessibility Analysis. As a full-service home care equipment company, Living Free Home knows that a person’s difficulties may extend beyond the stairs, and can point out some of the things that might make things easier for them. Sometimes a stair lift installation in Philadelphia isn’t all that is needed.
Possibly, it's a ramp to help the resident get over steps or something to help open doors for them. Living Free Homes are experts in home mobility, accessibility and everyday aids to living, so they can help point out some things that people may not have thought of. In a lot of cases the bathroom can be the most dangerous place. Living Free Homes not only designs but installs Barrier Free Bathrooms for clients who require an accessibility solution in the bathroom. Barrier Free Bathrooms allow people with disabilities to roll right into the shower on their wheelchair and transfer to a seat built into the shower itself. With this the assistant can stay dry and still give their patient assistance in the shower. For people with greater mobility Living Free Homes has models that have a slight curb to allow an easy step in, or models that have no curb at all and are even to the bathroom floor so handicapped chairs can be rolled right in.
About Living Free Homes:
Living Free Homes is a division of Home Care America. This is a group of dedicated individuals from diverse backgrounds, all dedicated to serving those who have special needs. Many have worked in businesses providing care to the elderly and mobility-challenged. Living Free Homes will have a representative meet with its clients in person; find out their unique needs, and then come up with an individualized solution to keep their client mobile within their home.
For more information visit http://www.livingfreehome.com
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